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Pierre Darcy's Champagne Brut N/V £10.00 @ Asda

£10.00 @ Asda
Was £18 now £10 bargain for great quality champagne! Read More
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Was £18 now £10 bargain for great quality champagne!
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#1
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling

brut

Pierre

Darcy's

Champagne

Bucks
1 Like #2
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
What you talking about... btw Buckzzz1 is just a username so what are you on about?
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luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling

brut

Pierre

Darcy's

Champagne

Bucks
'Luvs' is spelt like 'loves' so fix your spelling mr
#4
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
'Luvs' is spelt like 'loves' so fix your spelling mr

Got me there lol :)
#5
luvsadealdealdeal
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
'Luvs' is spelt like 'loves' so fix your spelling mr
Got me there lol :)
lol
#6
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling

brut

Pierre

Darcy's

Champagne

Bucks
Also it's 'brutal' not 'bruthal'
#7
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
Also it's 'brutal' not 'bruthal'

er, you're the one who called the Champagne bruth, remember? :)
#8
luvsadealdealdeal
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
Also it's 'brutal' not 'bruthal'
er, you're the one who called the Champagne bruth, remember? :)
no please tell me when :/
#9
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
the bruthal truth is you're rubbish at spelling
brut
Pierre
Darcy's
Champagne
Bucks
Also it's 'brutal' not 'bruthal'
er, you're the one who called the Champagne bruth, remember? :)
no please tell me when :/
Always spelt it as brut, I think you might be looking at the wrong deal maybe?
#10
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.

Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.

A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…

This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”

And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
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luvsadealdealdeal
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.
Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.
A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…
This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”
And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
I'm not asking why the bottle has gone down to a tenner, I'm asking when I wrote 'champange bruth' completely irrelevant to what we are talking about. I think you might be drunk or something.
#12
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.
Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.
A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…
This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”
And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
I'm not asking why the bottle has gone down to a tenner, I'm asking when I wrote 'champange bruth' completely irrelevant to what we are talking about. I think you might be drunk or something.

let's face it: you failed to correctly spell 4 words in a 10 word post
#13
luvsadealdealdeal
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.
Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.
A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…
This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”
And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
I'm not asking why the bottle has gone down to a tenner, I'm asking when I wrote 'champange bruth' completely irrelevant to what we are talking about. I think you might be drunk or something.
let's face it: you failed to correctly spell 4 words in a 10 word post
defo I would like you to prove it, let's face it your going tomato red right now because you are spending your time arguing on HOTUKDEALS a website for posting deals not arguing.
#14
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.
Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.
A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…
This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”
And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
I'm not asking why the bottle has gone down to a tenner, I'm asking when I wrote 'champange bruth' completely irrelevant to what we are talking about. I think you might be drunk or something.

it was at 18.35
#15
luvsadealdealdeal
buckzzz1
luvsadealdealdeal
It’s that time of year. Christmas lights and Jingle Bells, days that never get light, Heston’s hidden orange puddings piled up everywhere and supermarkets selling £10 bottles of champagne.
Ten pound bottles of champagne! These seasonal offers are so established and so ubiquitous that it is easy to become blasé, but that really is extraordinarily cheap.
A kilo of champagne grapes costs about €5.60 (£4.70). Excise duty on a bottle of sparkling wine is £2.56. So if we add the duty to the cost of the raw ingredient and throw in the VAT on those two items alone we’re up to £8.71 before we’ve even made it, let alone bought a bottle to put it in or paid for any of the costs involved in shipping, warehousing, distribution…
This helps explain why, when I once asked Asda’s Philippa Carr if it was ever possible to make a profit on a £10 bottle of champagne, she laughed and said, “I can’t possibly tell you that.”
And yet Asda is selling one this year again – Pierre Darcy Champagne Brut NV (normal price £24.25) is down at £10.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/9721641/Christmas-2013-Is-10-champagne-too-good-to-be-true.html
I'm not asking why the bottle has gone down to a tenner, I'm asking when I wrote 'champange bruth' completely irrelevant to what we are talking about. I think you might be drunk or something.
it was at 18.35
'if you have nothing nice to say don't say it'
#16
Thank you for posting this deal

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